Call for Volunteers to Post Flyers Friday to Find Missing Oakdale Woman

Volunteers are needed to post flyers in the Chisago City area about Danielle Jelinek, an Oakdale woman who was reported missing on Dec. 9.

Friends and family of Danielle Jelinek are asking for help to post flyers of her disappearance in the area she was last seen.

Jelinek, 27, was reported missing Dec. 9. She was last seen at her on-again, off-again boyfriend's house in Chisago Lake Township. Since her disappearance, Aaron Schnagl—who was the last to see Jelinek—has been named a person of interest in the case.  

A post calling for volunteers went up on the Danielle Mary Jelinek Search Team Facebook page Wednesday morning: 

For anyone who can help in an effort to post flyers in Chisago City and the near cities, I will be up in Chisago City on Friday to do so. There hasn't been any updates from the Sheriffs Dept and the ground search has been momentarily called off due to the elements of weather. They ask that people do not search on their own because of safety issues. So for now, we're limited to the options we have. 

We also have to ask permission of all companies and locations the flyers will be placed. So please be patient in the process.

Those interested in posting flyers on Friday should post on the search team's Facebook page for more information. 

An account has also been set up at Think Mutual Bank for anyone who would like to support the Jelinek family with monetary donations. 

The Jelinek Family Benefit Fund should be referenced when making a deposit and checks can be made payable to the same name. 


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